I am thinking you have a speed problem with your fan? There are no resistors. and my 89 olds has a transistorized speed controller board on the firewall close to the fan. It gets voltage input from inside the car to make it speed up or down. If the input is high from your dash switch the output to the fan will be high - full 12 volts. A voltmeter is required to check this after you find the control board on the firewall. if fan runs non stop on high remove 2 nuts holding entire fuse & relay assm. on rt side firewall.pull this unit forward & you see 2 wire connectors underneath attached to relay.a tight plastic pin on each side is pulled out forward & then connectors can be pulled up.undo the 3 larger hex screws & relay will lift out.undoing 2 smaller hex screws first will allow relay to fall into heater box.this is a bad thing
It is located on the blower motor housing and is white in color. You have to take the blower motor assembly out as far as I know to get to it.
The blower resistor is located behind the dashboard. It is found behind the heater near the center of the vehicle.
under the blower motor housing. to the right
Probably the blower motor resistor is shot.
Most likely and bad blower motor resistor.
Much of the Dash heating/AC system in our 1992 32-foot Winnebago Chieftain was supplied by SCS/Frigette of Forth Worth , Texas. (www.scsfigette.com) The blower motor resistor is accessed by opening the hood of the motorhome. The four-wire blower motor resistor connector is located on the front of the SCS evaporator assembly directly behind the passenger side headlights. The resistor is accessed by unscrewing the two phillips-head screws on either side of the blower motor connector and prying the resistor assembly out of the evaporator assembly with a regular screw driver.
Looking at the picture in my Haynes repair manual it looks like the blower motor resistor is in the engine compartment mounted just to the right of your blower motor when looking from the front of the Explorer - Helpfull
The resistor is on the upper left side of the firewall. there are two screws that hold it in place. and it has 6 or 8 wires with it.
If yourtalking about the heater blower, I believe they are hidden behind the glove box inner liner.
CHECK THE BLOWER HOUSING. IT SITS INSIDE THE HOUSING AND IS SECURED BY SCREWS ON TOP OF THE BLOWER HOUSING.
Blower resistor is under Drivers' side of center console
The blower resistor on the 1992 BMW 325i is located under the center console. It is found on the driver's side.
by the blower motor there is a resistor connection, you will find it melted the blower motor is bad. it draws to much power causing the connection to get hot and melt and burn. you will have to change the connector and the blower motor. the blower is still working but its drawing to much power, the motor windings are shorted out inside. disconnect the connector from the resistor and you will see it.
You probably need a blower motor. Check the Hot electrical feed to the motor. If you have replaced the resistor block you know where the motor is located (just to the right) It is easy to replace and can be purchased everywhere, including a junk yard. Remember some Resistor Blocks fail because the motor is old and drawing to many amps.
blower resistor is behind fusesand realays under hood bolted into air duct
Thermostat possibly stuck open or heater control valve broken. Now if you mean the blower motor has stopped working, check the fuse, blower motor itself, or the blower motor resistor pack.
open the hood and it's on passenger side under hood
it is probably in the blower motor, at least that is where it is on the 1995 truck. take out glove blox/ remove black metal cover behind glove box. It is the white connector in plain site..
IT IS LOCATED UNDER THE WIPER COWLING BEHIND THE WASHER BOTTLE AND HAS TWO SCREWS HOLDING IT IN
The blower motor on a 1992 is located under the hood. It is on the firewall on the passenger side.
take it to a shop and have them do it If it's the same as a pickup, take out the glove box and the resistor should be on top of the heater box. Not much too it.
Look to the blower motor resistor mounted on the engine firewall on the passenger side near the top of the firewall inside the engine compartment. It will have five wires going to it. It is likely either burnt out, or the wires have shorted at or near the resistor.
Under the glove box. Remove the glovebox and you cant miss it...connect to the harness. Attached with 2 screws.
looking into at the engine from straight ahead, it will be to the right and lower inside the housing. it will have a grey pigtail on it.. about 3" away from the motor.. passenger side firewall.
take the inner glove box liner out and it is right there on top of the blower assembly. Has a bundle of wires connected to it.